South Korea at the Crossroads: Autonoy and Alliance in an Era of Rival Powers
Author: Scott A. Snyder (Council on Foreign Relations)
Moderator: Seong-Ho Sheen (SNU)
Discussant: Inyeop Lee (Washington and Lee University)
Time: October 22 (Fri.) 10AM
Venue: via ZOOM [Online Registration Link]
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